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The aim of this article is to present morphological studies on the tensile fractured specimens of novel liquid rubber obtained from the pyrolysis of scrap rubber. Such a study is crucial for gaining useful insight into the toughening mechanisms existing in rubber modified systems. A DGEBA based epoxy resin was first modified with varying concentrations (0-15 wt. %) of the liquid rubber. Dogbone shaped specimens of the cast plaques of the modified epoxies were tested under uniaxial tensiledoi:10.9790/9622-0706064448 fatcat:pkpethgz2bfpnmw2l3ymwtcrha